I have been using windows remote desktop from remmina, what i feel so awkward is I don't see the save password button enabled, I need to frequently use my remote connection, and don't like entering username, passwords, etc, everytime...
What keyboard shortcuts exist for Chrome 37's save-password dialog?
So far I've noticed that if I hit Tab twice, the button to save the password is highlighted; if I hit Tab again, the button to not save it is highlighted. I can press Space on either one to activate it (Esc additionally dismisses the dialog without saving the password).
I downloaded, compiled remmina and freerdp from the source repositories. Unlikely I am having troubles in RDP connections. When I initiate any RDP connection from Remmina, Remmina is closed immidialtely.
I tried to open freerdp from terminal, it worked like a charm. I tried to open remmina from terminal to check errors.
So, I had configured Chrome to save password on one particular website. But, now I don't want Chrome to save it. So, naturally, I went to saved passwords from wrench menu and deleted the saved password.
The problem is, whenever I login to that website again, Chrome saves my password again.
I recently changed my password for a website, and logged in with the new password, which caused Chrome to save it. When I tried to log in later, however, it failed.
After examining the password manager entries, it turned out that the new password had been saved for http://example.com/index.html, but there was also an entry for http://example.com that had the old password.
I am trying to connect to a Windows 7 machine in Azure using Remmina. I connect successfully using my username and password and then I just see a black screen. I know the machine is fine because I can access it through non-Linux machines. I've tried minimizing and maximizing the window. The "duplicate" of this question was of no help. I'm running Ubuntu 14.04. How do I get around this?